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graves acusaciones contra el consulado del salvador en los angeles >> jesica martines llora al recordar como fue deportada >> el consul y un oficial me obligaban a firmar el documento. >> ella asegura que recibió abusos. >> yo llegue diciendo ayudenme estoy embarazada y me dijo que estaba para darme un documento. >> y jesica dijo que la golpearon sin importar que estuviera embarazada. >> la fotografía demuesgtra claramente abusos y entrego esta evidencia. >> no es un caso sobre estados unidos si no que permite levantar una denuncia del mal servicio consular en los angeles >> y no le creyeron que estaba embarazada pero tenía 4 meses de un embarazo de trillizos de alto riesgo. >> los perdi a las 2 semanas de venir. >> y sus hijos sufrieron las consecuencias >> no les pude avisar y estaban en la escuela pero al saber se encondieron por el miedo a que los deportaran también >> el consul debería saber de esto porque su nombre aparece en los documentos. >> se investigara a los administrativos involucrados y jesica dice que solo quiere recuperar su vida que son sus hijos que quedaron en e
, así está la temperaturas, en el norte del país, 73 a san antonio, 90 grados en los angeles, así que hay tremendo contraste, bastante frío al sureste de los angeles, como si estuviesemos en verano, vemos avisos y alerta,. actividades, fuertes vientos, todo luce tranquilo, condiciones placenteras, avmos a tener un sube y baja de temperaturas, el fin de semana se aproximan las lluvias y mientras tanto condiciones estables en el centro del país, está lloviendo bastante fuerte en el resto de texas, y las temperaturas se concentran al norte del país en los 40 grados, es todo de mi parte, continuamos con más de primer impacto. >> revelan en exclusiva que omega salió de la cárcel, no se puede perder las declaraciones. >> se confiesa y dice que los rasos los abandonaron cuando más ♪ >> ya se encuentra en libertad el cantante dominicano omega, tras pasar 3 meses en cárcel. >> captarn en exclusiva cuando salió de la prisión. tenemos las primeras declaraciones. >> desde tempranas horas del día, los seguidores de omega se congregaron fuera de la cárcel para apoyar a su ídolo musi
documentos falsos para dar a luz en los angeles. >> el hombre abatido en fuego cruzado es eriberto lazcano el ex líder de los zetas, sus restos fueron robados por un comando armado, se exumarán los cadaveres. >> esto por el momento desde méxico. >> gracias por la información, si le preocupa lo que le peude pasar a sus hijos por el internet, una madre atrapó a un pederasta cibernético, y veremos que sucedió, un caso que a todo padre le abre los ojos, cuéntanos la información valiosa. >> un padre toma las medidas necesarias para proteger a sus hijos, imaginese que su hija es acosada por un depredador sexual, usted descubre las intenciones en facebook, la mujer se disfrazó de la hija para cazar al pederasta >> todo comenzó con la inquietud de su madre, una invitación le pareció extraña, el joven se identificaba como un hombre de 12 años. >> le dijo que tenia 12 y que sus padres estaban dormidos. los mensajes hablaban claramente de mensaje ilícito, se encontró con el hombre en las inmediaciones, en cuanto entró, intervino la policía, el nombre es un hombre maestro de un coro. n
and their successes on "the road ahead" here on "newsline." >> people in los angeles are learning about one of japan's indigenous drinks. distilled from barley, rice, our sweet potatoes. there was an event organized in l.a. to promote beverage. 17 long-established makers are displaying about 50 types of shochu. each product has a unique flavor and aroma. >> i don't think they're exposed to it or know what it is. but those that i've met who have tried it really like it and enjoy it. >> translator: i'm confident that many americans will be enjoying shochu regularly within five years. >> representatives of the distilleries are serving their products to restaurant owners and retailers. they explain what's behind the aromas and describe the kinds of dishes that pair well with their shochu. >> time to check the weather around the world. let's turn to rachel ferguson. >> all right, yes, we have been following it for more than a week now and i am afraid it hasn't moved very much. it is showing some good signs. starting to pick up the pace and to make that curve towards the northeast we have been waiting for
convertido en locutor!! como nos cuenta desde los angeles magaly ortiz, gracias a la tecnologia y la perseverancia, ahora es querido por mucha gente!! # el logro aprender la profesion gracias a una beca estudiantil otorgada por el propio centro de jornaleros, y como bien dijo, se mantiene con lo que obtiene de su trabajo como jardinero, carpintero o albaqil. la idea del cocinero mas exitoso de peru ha hecho posible que un grupo de jovenes humildes pueda acceder a los secretos de la alta cocina..y que cambien con ellos, sus vidas!! andy ortiz nos presenta este proyecto de impacto. # una revista internacional, que hace una lista de los mejores centros educativos del mundo, puso en primer lugar a este instituto de cocina, por su calidad educativa e impacto positivo en la vida y la carrera de sus alumnos. # para enterarse de noticias como estas, siganos en twitter @primerimpacto y facebook!! nacio en el cuerpo equivocado, y se ha ganado el respeto de sus rivales dentro y fuera de la cancha!! ?ha tenido un sueqo tan real que se despierta con la sensacion de haber vivido esa experiencia?
's gone off in our nation's capital or los angeles, a nuclear device. there has been an earthquake. there has been a hurricane where we thought the good news was the winds blew and it did some damage but all is well, oh, my god, the levies just broke. oh, by the way, there's an earthquake or a tsunami or a nuclear critical accident that's occurred somewhere overseas. how will we respond to that? and then let's bring it closer to home, how did we marry up the capabilities that exist because there is no greater tragedy than to have robust capabilities, mellow medical, logistical or otherwise. you are better prepared with every one of these meetings, you are better prepared with every networking that happens in the hallways and exchanging business cards but you will never be absolutely prepared. what we're doing here today and in future events is a journey, it is not a destination. we will never be able it high five ourselves and say we have everything figured out and we'll be able to solve it the minute it happens. ask anyone who has been in the throes of a complex medical emerg
. coming up. what it did to the crime rate in los angeles. plus. >> i just don't believe how they have been. >> disabled woman anguish after getting off the bus. what the company now says about this incident. >> i'm in the accu-weather forecast center. get ready for major blast of summer lake heat. show you the hot and not so hot spots in my ang weather so hot spots in my ang weather forecast coming up >> and the bus driver honored >> and the bus driver honored for diagnose a very good deed. when i take a picture of this check, it goes straight to the bank. oh. oh look the lion is out! no mommy no! don't worry honey, it only works on checks. deposit checks from your smartphone with chase quickdeposit. just snap a picture, hit send and done. take a step forward and chase what matters. >> new england felt rumble that we know all too well here in california. 4.6 earthquake struck southern maine this evening. centered 20 miles west of portland, maine. no reports of any injuries or damage. but this quake was felt in 6 states maine massachusetts new hampshire vermont rhode island and
. at the request of supervisor campos the city requested a comparison of ethics in san îg:]Ñand los angele identifying ways our ethic laws could be strengthened. as supervisors, what if anything would you propose to strength the city's ethics laws. i will start with mr. davis. >> strong ethic laws are essential. what is happening with our sunshine task force and hope davis can speak to this since she recently served on the task force. these need to be strengthened and one problem we have is around enforcement. i would like to see more of the ethical violations of larger committees, some of which are operating, for instance, in some shady areas of law. one was the run he ed run, the committee for mayor ed lee last year and the campaigns that aren't swaying the politics of city, the way the run ed run campaign did. so i think that is one the issues and improving our good government and ethic laws in san francisco. >> miss breed, would you like to address the question? do you want me to repeat it? >> yes. >> sure. a recent chief civil grand jury report, at the request of supervisor c
within los angeles could talk to each other on their communications gear. they had a different piece of equipment in the los angeles county sheriff's department than the police department or the compton police or the watts police or whoever. we ended up, we were providing radios so they could talk to each other. and i said that that should never happen again. we should have interoperatable communications. there's some that say we aren't any better off today than we were in 1992. we don't know, but we had an exercise, part of this fleet week preparation exercise, put on by the department of emergency management and it involved a lot of various agencies and we looked at the command of control situation and the command of control situation was an important one because you realized in 1992 the situation got so grim that the governor of the state then asked dod to take it over. so our chain of command went from my headquarters at the 7th infrapb tridivision headquarters right back to the pentagon. we said that should never happen again. so we looked at command of control relationshi
gave children a chance for a future they never imagined. from los angeles, here is nbc's diana alvear with our "making a difference report". >> reporter: small fingers on their first violin. >> i was one of those children. >> reporter: the opening note. >> classical music, i just fell in love with it. >> reporter: she hopes this will grow into a lifelong passion. >> so magical and beautiful, and i love introducing it and putting it into the lives of children. >> reporter: once told there would never be a female conductor in her lifetime, she is the only latina who ever led one. she founded the symphony orchestra, now celebrating its 20th year orchestra is celebratg its 20th but she says the concerts that mean the most? are the solos in front of the spell bound children, part of the discovery that brings the classics to thousands of children every year in los angeles. >> like so many public schools, the music program here has been cut back highly in the last few years. for so many students, this provides their only exposure to classical music. >> reporter: and they don't just listen, t
ofensiva en los angeles para combatir el bullying contra jÓvenes homosexuales. >> la violencia en centroamÉrica. exhumar los cuerpos. >> sigue entcreciendo el abrbro meningitis en los estados unidos, informaron de dos muertes mÁs, de esta forma la cifra de vÍctimas mortales se incrementÓ a 19 en 15 estados. el acoso o bi lunullying se ha convertido en un problema serio, y dos organismos se unieron con el propuso todo erradicarlo. el plan incluye entre otras cosas discusiones con drevensirectivo alumnos. >> para combatir la ind mido ci intimidaciÓn y el acoso. >> el tambiÉn llamado bullying al que con mÁs frecuencias se enfrentan en sus escuelas o a travÉs de las redes sociales. >> lo miran en la computadora, en la escuela, es muy duro y con ese sufrimiento no se puede por eso muchos de estos estudiantes se kuquitan la vida. >> el distrito escolar de los Ángeles, el segundo mas grande del paÍs y la organizaciÓn de homosexuales lesbianas y personas trans gÉneros mÁs grande del mundo unieron fuerza para desterrar el bullying en los centros escolares. >> que todos estÉn
her mixt her me tics en este tema. >>> la detenida dijo que querÍa llegar al Área de los angeles para dar a luz acÁ y reunirse con el padre de su hijo. >>> los padres presentados en su contra. >>> detenida deberÁ comparecer en corte la prÓxima semana, en los Ángeles, telemundo. >>> en semanas se celebra hallowen, una de las fechas mÁs esperadas por los niÑos, autoridades evitaron la venta de mÁs de mil disfraces fabricadoss en china porque superaban el nivel de momento, fueron incautados en la aduana antes de llegar a mano de los dis tribunaldores en seattle. >>> en minutos regresamos con la procuradurÍa de mÉxico que abre investigaciÓn contra funcionarios. >>> mujeres que muestran sus encant personass con acceso a oficinas del gobierno y oficinas de seguridad vendÍan informaciÓn a los carteles de la droga, incluso planeaban asesinatos. >>> los en neemignemigos, los narcotraficantes estÁn afuera, pero tambiÉn dentro de casa. >>> una vez dedetectados fueron detenidos. >>> investigaciones, informaciÓn que vendÍan a abogados de narcotraficantes de los carteles de los zeta
and there are warnings and watches posted to that effect. los angeles 35 degrees. no snow here. it stays hot in the south. even oklahoma city at 24 degrees is starting to cool down. i will leave you now with the extended forecast. >>> that concludes this edition of "newsline." thanks for joining us.
in los angeles. a subject his widow cannot discuss to this day. >> then we lost daddy. >> can we talk about something else? >> mrs. ethel kennedy gave birth today -- >> rory kennedy, the last of 11 kids was born six months after her father was killed, with the whole world watching. >> i told ethel, i think joan and i are going to take this baby home. we think ethel has enough of them. >> you know, i think i just couldn't help smiling. >> ethel's life with bobby was organized bedlam. she was pregnant for an astonishing 99 months of her life. it was a life of children and animals, including 16 dogs at the same time. and a sea lion named sandy who lived in the family swimming pool. do you think you required a certain amount of chaos around you, to be in your natural happy state? >> i enjoyed a lot of different things, different -- a lot of different animals. and, of course, children. >> throw them all in the same category. >> you all made a lot of noise. >> thank you. >> these days, ethel kennedy's life is mostly about her 35 grandchildren. there always seems to be one or two running for
and los angeles after that as well. las vegas is a 70,000 square foot club. that is quite different. >> thank you. any questions from the public? yes. >> well good evening commissioners. i am also a long time 22 year resident and i want to discuss and also present to you i have seen a lot of positive changes in this one is a good one. during that time some 13 years ago there was a very cool selma chang high restaurant located there and it now closed and the lounge and if you remember and it's now closed. a great place to be to hang your hat and really the wind of the world and i want to show you my positive feelings about having this dining come to the area. as you also know even down on union street there is a asian street fair restaurant called [inaudible] and that opened after the loma parada earthquake and revitalized that nairksd there so i am hoping with this new venture that happens at one kearney street as i understand it and welcome and not to make it too pricey. >> we will get an early bird special going. >> all right. any other public comment? seeing none the matt
cities including los angeles and seattle have developed strong and effective policis and i'm supporting the department and the domestic violence consortium and groups to establish such a policy in san francisco to make us a leader in combating domestic violence in our communities. also today i stood with a number of my colleagues on the board, supervisor campos, kim, and supervisor olague, who has helped me and a grassroots coalition of senior and disability advocates. it's been a several-year effort from the grassroots organizations and leaders in many of our collaboratives as well. as background in 2011, i convened with supervisor olague and others and seniors and disability action. because this is a sector of our community that is growing and will face increasing challenges as they age in place. san francisco's official policy is to support seniors to age in place. however, san francisco has no comprehensive strategy for serving those by choice or circumstance live in residential hotels. a form of housing while relatively affordable and close to transit presents its own challenges
in the desert southwest and southern california. it could be warmer today in los angeles than in phoenix. temperatures in the northwest continue to be on tl keir side. more typical for this time of year. we bring back a chance of showers as we go into your thursday. it doesn't look like a big heavy rain event at this time. still nice weather for at least two days in a row here in many areas of california and nevada. it appears nice hot weather is here to stay for at least two more days. >> thanks so much. now to entertainment news. reality tv star honey boo-boo has chosen her presidential candidate. the 7-year-old reality star told jimmy kimmel she supports president obama, but that was only after kimmel told her about mitt romney's interview on "live with kelly and michael" when he said he preferred snooki over her. it's war. >>> and speaking of kelly and michael, they'll interview michelle obama today for a segment to air this friday. it's the first lady's second appearance this year. >>> "dancing with the stars" spoiler alert. turn away, bill. close your ears. last night bristol palin
they didn't have to go to the locker room. for "good morning america," chris connelly, abc news, los angeles. >> cannot wait for that. >>> can't wait for the weather. sam champion. >> it's true. when we shut down 44th street for beyonce's concert here at "good morning america," it was one of the best shows i've ever seen. she really takes the stage. let's get to the boards. we have lots to talk about. imagine driving down the highway and seeing this. what does that? a very strong wind. utah highway patrol sent us that picture. all the way into wyoming 117-mile-per-hour wind gusts. from that area of low pressure and today, it shifts a bit to the east. billings, rapid city, kansas city, oklahoma city, to dallas, all getting strong wind gusts. up to about 80 miles per hour. here's where the strong storms will line up. there's one zone around memphis, outside of memphis to jackson, that could see a tornado or two pop up in this zone. these are strong storms to keep an eye on. >> in the next half hour, we'll talk northeastern chill. but it does warm up nicely as the day goes on. everybody? >> tha
skateboarding in laguna beach. state law requires -- state law requires helmets. >>> los angeles may follow the lead of san francisco and oakland. yesterday, an l.a. city council committee gave the okay to start taking kids from companies to handle the i.d. program. the supporters will give access to banking services. critics are saying that will just make it easier for immigration laws to be violated. the city council still has to give final approval. >>> the shooting attack is under investigation this morning. it happened at the peace arch crossing between the united states and canada yesterday afternoon. investigators say a man driving a van with washington state license plates shot the border patrol agent in her booth and then he killed himself. >>> property crimes were up 11% from last year. it's the first year-to-year increase for violent crimes since 1993. the information comes for the department of justices national crimes survey. >>> in colorado last night, about 2,000 mourners attended a memorial service for 10-year- old jessica ridgeway. the little girl's body was discovered last
tavis: good evening. from los angeles, i am tavis smiley. tonight marked the final time both candidates can address their issues, as the third and final debate next week deals solely with policy. there has been little mentioned about them many americans who now find themselves near the poverty level. how can it be that a country with such a noble history of social justice failed to do this? tonight, peter dreier. from -- peter dreier, from occidental college. his latest book is called 2: "the 100 greatest americans of the 20th century." we are glad to have you with our conversation with peter dreier, coming up. >> there is a saying that dr. king had that said there is always the right time to do the right thing. i just try to live my life every day by doing the right thing. we know that we are only halfway to completely eliminate hunger, and we have work to do. walmart committed $2 billion to fighting hunger in the u.s. as we work together, we can stamp hunger out. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: peter dreier is a professor
. antonio villarraigosa, alcalde de los angeles creo que la gente va a ver que el es capaz no no mas de defenderse en 1 debate. por que recuerde que estamos corriendo para la presidencia de estados unidos, no presidente de 1 club de deabte. se va a mantener bien. standup: fernando pizarro, washington d.c. el ultimo debate presidencial, el proximo lunes 22 en la universidad de lynn en boca raton, florida. desde washington, fernando pizarro, ....y las ... y esta noche para analizar este segundo debate presidencial, me acompanan dos analistas de ambos partidos... por el partido republicano mari-cruz magowan y por el partido democrata jaime areizaga... gracias a ambos por venir... ....y las reacciones a este encuentro no se hicieron esperar.. vamos con silvana quiroz para que nos las presente... mas adelante:. las autoridades de salud de virginia reportan una segunda persona fallecida por brote de meningitis.. tambien:. beneficiarios de la tercera edad del seguro social consideran insuficiente el incremento para enfrentar sus gastos.. sigue avanzando la semana con excelentes condiciones atm
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on price matching an -- as well. >>> crime rates in los angeles this past weekend the lowness months the police chief says the journey of the endeavour may have played a role, one million watched the shuttle as it crept along a 12 mile course from l.a.x. to the science center the chief says the it may have contributed to the calm times that fell obvious the city. >>> your voice, your vote, president obama and mitt romney square off in their second presidential debate. >> we go live to long island for a live report. >>> good morning. temperatures cooler this morning 58° downtown across the bay, also 58, after san jose light winds mechanism high pressure build to the north and east of us is what will bring a veryay, 70s coast, low to mi 90s inland. >>> 6:14. president obama and mitt romney squared off again in their second presidential debate at times the discussion turned contentious. t.j. winick joins us live from new york with a look at some of the night's heated moments. >> reporter: good morning. many on both sides call this a great debate. the stakes could not have been higher t
in los angeles as we mentioned with full analysis. we will weigh in on president obama's wait for it 47% attack and governor romney's check the transcript moment. plus, other contest modifiers from last night including romney's w. ambush and, of course, binders full of women. we will go back inside the debate studio with the legendary james lipton to talk interruptions, interactions and the romney gaze. also, the president is back on the trail. we'll bring you his remarks live in the hour when "now" starts in a mere 180 seconds. [ male announcer ] humana and walmart have teamed up to bring you a low-priced medicare prescription drug plan. ♪ with a low national plan premium... ♪ ...and copays as low as one dollar... ♪ ...saving on your medicare prescriptions is easy. ♪ so you're free to focus on the things that really matter. call humana at 1-800-808-4003. or go to walmart.com for details. and also to build my career. so i'm not about to always let my frequent bladder urges, or the worry my pipes might leak get in the way of my busy lifestyle. that's why i take care, with vesicar
half the country is look at a nice day. 94 in los angeles today. some areas still dealing with summer heat in the west. >> thanks so much. >>> let's turn to sports. this is the daily news. quitting time for the new york yankees. and the big chill. they were in detroit, desperate for a win in game three after falling down two games to none at home. they face the unenviable task of trying to get that win against justin verlander, the reigning mvp. yankees benched a-rod again. didn't much matter. new guys didn't do any better. verlander looking good. did not allow a base runner until the fourth inning. young puts the tigserses on the board with a solo home run. seventh career postseason home run for young as a tiger, the most in franchise history. two on batters later, hughes looking uncomfortable on the mound. training staff come out to check on him in the fourth inning and he leaves the game with a stiff back. runner on second for cabrera. the triple crown winner delivers with a double. run comes all the way around to score. tigers give verlander a 2-0 lead to work with. top of the nin
pleasure dances. then, they'll be divided into two teams for some special team dances. in los angeles, george pennacchio, for abc news. >> i think i got that. bristol and mark will join us on "good morning america." >>> that's what's making news today. have a good one.
of a thunderstorm 86. chicago afternoon thunderstorms 66 degrees. dallas partly sunny 86 and los angeles sunny 94 degrees. >>> now for a check of today's national forecast, most of the eastern third of the nation will be clear and pleasant. winds of more than 50 miles per hour will blow across the northern plains and the upper midwest. damaging wind and hail possible in oklahoma, arkansas and western tennessee. the mississippi and ohio valley can expect showers and thunderstorms. california and the southwest will be sunny and hot. >>> on the cbs moneywatch target is matching holiday online prices and get ready for a newer, smaller ipad. ashley morrison is here in new york with that and more. people want to hear about this ipad. >> reporter: good morning. new speculation that they will ask for financial aid fired up the stocks. tokyo gained 1% and hang seng also added 1%. wall street ended higher on better than expected third quarter earning reports from bellwether companies. the dow finished up 127 points it was its biggest gain in one month. the nasdaq rose 36 points. michael corbat a long time
. i think that los angeles county they spent $9,000 per student in public school system. the average cost of private school $6,000. i support the voucher system that allow the parents to put the children in charter schools, private schools, what we cannot escape is that the school system is broken, again, let's ask the senator, why did the senator support, why did the senator oppose legislation that one of his fellow democrats proposed that would remove dangerous teachers that were convicted of crimes from the classroom and from the public roles? i would like to know the answer to that. >> thank you. mr. leno. >> the 47 out of 50 states figure that miss dillan used is not in educational out comes it is in per pupil. we rank 47th. >> as a result we rank 50 as the number of counselors and the number of nurses in our schools and the number of libranias in. you get what you pay for. >> our state has been starved for cash for the past ten years as a result of tax cuts the state could not afford that the prior governor put on the credit cards. we need to provide significantly more funding
demonstration. >>> sadly the congressman will be laid to rest. donely died last week in los angeles. he was 86 years old. he was the first african- american to serve in the senate and the first lieutenant governor and for a brief time he was in at the governor's -- in the governor's chair. he served state and national politics. governor brown will be honoring him later today. [ music ] >>> yesterday, hundreds gathered in the san francisco city hall to honor chris stevens who died in libya in what is now called a terrorist attack in benghazi. his brother and two of his sisters spoke along with with the ambassador who apologized for the attack. tom pickerring is now heading up an investigation into that attack. >>> great news, marco scutaro is expected to start against the st. louis cardinals. it shows he suffered a left hip contusion after he crashed into him on monday. he was able to take batting practice and he even joked so that he might kick holiday's butt if he tries to talk to him. >> he is more optimistic about where he is at right now than when it first happened. >> giant's manager bruc
. back to our forecast for our area, it's warm, 85 in los angeles. closer to home highs ranging from 76 in half moon bay to 80 in san francisco. low 90s inland east bay at fairfield, antioch and livermore. >> all right. thank you. >> okay. >> just ahead the one small thing you can do every day to help prevent cancer. why researchers say this can make a big difference. >> first worried about identity theft? coming up on 7 on your side identity theft protection. is it worth the money? we'll take a look at that. >> hi there, abc 7 newsroom coming up at 5:00 drug store giant under investigation for prescription refills patients say were made without their consent. it is raising questions of insurance fraud tonight. the government cracks down on cosmetics giant for making antiwrinkle claims it may never be able to deliver. those stories and more coming up at 5:00. >> a new study raises concerns about infant form la. researchers say the longer a child is fed form you'lla, the longer the chances of developing pediatric leukemia. the findings were released today m a cancer conference in souther
performance. that is something the democratic mayor of los angeles have been saying to me. it was a game-changer for the president, right? he needed to do that. >> no question, and was a dominating performance. neil: can use a dominating, what do you mean? >> if it was a boxing match, he knocked him out in the first or second round. neil: you were drinking heavily, weren't you? dominating? >> attacking on the tax plan which didn't add up and the jobs plan. neil: the governor backed the president up on his record, not his rhetoric. >> i didn't see that happen. i have never seen a president fact checked by the moderator on the spot. she thought he misstated the facts when he said the president said it was an act oo terror. neil: that implied would romney was saying was a lie. what he was getting at was it took two weeks to call it a terrorist act. there is a difference between terror and terrorists. >> i don't think she was implying he was lying, she was merely asked checking him. made clear what he was saying was not true. neil: the fact she didn't do the same against the president when h
"scandalous." he said he's in los angeles making a pilot. >> i'm so happy for you. >> i'm so happy for you. a lot of people go out there, make pilots, never pans out. >> look what's going to happen to you, you're going to explode, people are going to find out who you are now. >> finally. >> you've got a broadway show. >> it's been awhile, yes. >> did you think when you were auditioning for "glee" back then it was going to turn into this huge phenomenon? >> no, a musical comedy about kids singing and dancing in high school, no, no. >> just touched such a nerve. she is very cute. i was teasing you. >> right? >> she's adorable. >> we're excited for you. >> we really are. you're so talented. fun to see someone from the broadway community. don't forget us. come back and do something on stage. >> i'm so excited to get back on stage. that's my heart and love. >> you have a new album coming out of broadway standards. >> yeah, coming out in february. this legendary producer, phil ramon produced it for me. it's the songs i love singing the most. >> what's your favorite? >> i think my favorite song i
in higher elevations this warm weather creating fatigue, dehydration, down to los angeles, 95° along the coast, 84 our relative humidity in our east bay valleys should drop between 15 and 20% temperatures coming up today a look at your neighborhood forecast, coming up. >>> we have an update on new information we brought in our last half hour. nike terminating relationship with former cycling champ lance armstrong over widespread doping allegations revealed last week. the company says: due to the seemingly ensure able evidence that lance armstrong participated in doping and misled nike more than a decade it is with great sadness we've terminated our contract with him. >> armstrong said he would step down as chairman of his live strong cancer-fighting charity to limit damage from the report. finding released from a finding last week detailing his widespread use of performance-enhancing drugs. >>> hundreds gathered yesterday to remember the late u.s. ambassador to libya who was killed last month during a violent uprising outside the consulate. christopher stevens grew up in piedmont. fr
it is the only target. that would be a mistake to think that. washington, dc, chicago, los angeles, these all could be targets. plus we targets overseas. look what happened to our libyan ambassador. american interests are under siege by islamic extremist terrorists. yes, in this case, it is looking like one person but this guy had according to the press release i read, connections with al qaeda operative and he thought he was dealing with an al qaeda operative but he was dealing with an f.b.i. undercover person and f.b.i. informant. it is not as disconnected as it seems. it comes out of one big movement called jihaddism or islamic extremist trim. that is exactly what major nadal hassan was doing a few years ago but the administration we have in washington, dc, describes it as workplace violence. >>neil: thank you, mayor, in this suspect's case he shouted the jihadist views on the internet for all to see. thank you very much. we will keep monitoring that. that does it for now. it's a new day. if you're a man with low testosterone, you should know that axiron is here. the only underarm treatmen
is that good compared to other cities in that same time period? foam. in los angeles down 59%. new orleans, 56%. dallas 49%. and 37% down in baltimore as well. 29% in new york is sub-par. now council members are upset about this. one council member, there's no way i said that right sorry council member said, quote this has been completely ineffective. the practice alienates the community. and nypd could have resolved these issues, but they have not. and another council member said, i believe unfortunate incidents such as this illustrate the need for further oversight of the stop and frisk practice. i put my full support behind the community safety act and i believe ther these policy changes would help in the beginning a new dialogue between the nypd and minority community, here, here. eric snyder who worked on this joins us now. erin, great to have you here. the documentary is called "the hunted and the hated: an inside look of new york's stop-and-frisk policy." how prevalent is this? >> well, that's the thing. it's actually happening 1800 times a day. in all the boroughs and all the precincts
here on "the los angeles times," again you can see that same picture finger pointing. the headline here, a sharper tone in round two. this time the president firmly confronts romney who holds his own in a lively exchange. i think this is indicative of what we're seeing across the board. both candidates held their own, but president obama agreements the slight edge here. cnn took an instant poll right after the debate. what it showed was that obama got a seven-point lead right after the debate. same with a cbs instant poll. so again slight edge going to obama but romney most certainly holding his own. coming up, we'll be heading outside where they're going to be putting up these front pages from all newspapers across the country. they're going to be putting up right outside on that sidewalk right outside the newseum. we'll show them to you in just about half an hour. >> that always attracts a lot of attention. people walking by. thank you, kristin. >>> our time right now is 6:09. howard and monika both up next with weather and traffic. later in sports, find out why the washington caps fa
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